WWJP: Where Would Jesus Park?

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Preacher Parking Perks. Trenton, New Jersey.

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    Haha! Great catch. So what is the chronological sequence here: The parking is for those who, in general, preach? Or once one parks, one must then preach in order to qualify for the space?

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  • Jesus would park wherever he frickin’ pleases… just like the NYPD, or Marty Markowitz. Fuhgettaboutit!

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